1. The problem statement, all variables and given/known data The Cosmoclock 21 Ferris wheel in Yokohama City, Japan, has a diameter of 100m. Its name comes from its 60 arms, each of which can function as a second hand (so that it makes one revolution every 60.0 s. Part A:Find the speed of the passengers when the Ferris wheel is rotating at this rate. -I used V=(2piR)/T and got 5.24 which was correct. Part B:A passenger weighs 862 N at the weight-guessing booth on the ground. What is his apparent weight at the lowest point on the Ferris wheel? -This is where I am completely thrown off course. Is it asking for the normal force? I thought apparent weight was just m*g? Part C:What is his apparent weight at the highest point on the Ferris wheel? -Same issue with Part B Part D:What would be the time for one revolution if the passenger's apparent weight at the highest point were zero? -I would need the proper formula from Part B to find Part D, so I'm stuck here too. Part E:What then would be the passenger's apparent weight at the lowest point? -Same issue as Part D 2. Relevant equations V=(2piR)/T Sum of the forces in the y direction= N=m(g-(v^2/R)) 3. The attempt at a solution I attempted to use that formula but it said it was wrong so I have no clue what to do now.